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    Default Tatted Lanyard

    Not so long ago I saw a tatted lanyard on someones site somewhere and of course I have forgotten where. It was really nice as it looked sturdy enough to be used and yet was still decorative.

    If anyone know of a pattern for a lanyard it would be appreciated muchly.
    Kathy

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    Default Re: Tatted Lanyard

    If you are talking about something to go 'round your neck to hold, say a chatalane (sp?), I've made some very nice ones with just a long row of split rings.
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    Default Re: Tatted Lanyard

    I don't have the URL but Icella has a set of 3 lanyards you can make.

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    Default Re: Tatted Lanyard

    Carole I am shuddering. I needle tat and the idea of a billion split rings with having to rethread the needle each time. Hopefully there is a pattern out there without em.

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    Sad to say I misspelled Icela's name and the OP couldn't find it. So here is the link: http://icelas-world.blogspot.com/search?q=lanyards

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    Yes, a full cord made with split chains in needle tatting would be a royal pain...lol
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    Default Re: Tatted Lanyard

    I didn't know what those things are called until today! Things one pick up from this place; unbelievable!
    Try, try, and try again...until the out come is presentable at least.....gc

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    Probably my one Green Gal !!
    Linda Driscoll has a pattern for a Tatted Chatelaine that is commercially available.

    I used a pattern for an edging that was one that would not stretch too much with some tension/weight on it. Then plaited each end to attach scissors, a small container for my magic threads and my hook. Seems to work ok. 5 years old now.
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    Default Re: Tatted Lanyard

    The Tatting Goddess - http://threadsofatattinggoddess.blogspot.com/ - has three or four sturdy cords/chains on her site. On the left-hand side, under "techniques, PDFs" - they are listed at the bottom.

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    Default Re: Tatted Lanyard

    Quote Originally Posted by carolivy View Post
    If you are talking about something to go 'round your neck to hold, say a chatalane (sp?), I've made some very nice ones with just a long row of split rings.
    I can certify that what she says is true.

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